A fugitive whose last name is Outlaw ranks among this week’s featured felons from Multi-County Crime Stoppers.
According to investigators, Wilbert James Outlaw, Jr., is wanted for possession of a controlled substance. His last known address is on Space Center Boulevard.
Multi-County Crime Stoppers, which operates in Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto counties, is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Outlaw or any other wanted felon. Information leading to other arrests will lead to at least a $500 reward.
Anybody with information about any fugitive’s whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP.
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Read more at: http://abc13.com/wanted-felons-last-name-is-outlaw/2532859/
A quiet neighborhood in Gentilly near Dillard University woke up Friday to a scene of stunning violence, with police reporting three people, including two young children, found killed inside of a home on Touro Street. Another victim was injured by a firearm and had been hospitalized.
Few details about killings were immediately available, but Police Superintendent Michael Harrison was on the scene Friday morning. “It really rattles everybody,” Harrison said. “That’s why you see us all out here.”
The coroner’s office identified those killed as Jumyrin Smith, 6; Justin Simms, 10; and Monique Smith, 30. All three were shot in the head, according to sources cited by WWL-TV.
At one point Friday morning, a crying man rushed toward the tan brick house, yelling “That’s my daughter! Those are my grandkids!” But he was held back by officers.